Monthly Archives: September 2016

Wild Jumps

Wild Jumps is a pleasant, pay-what-you-want 15-page expansion on the idea of misjumps. Yes, it’s called ‘wild jumps’ in this non-Traveller supplement — it’s meant for the Uncharted Worlds universe — but you know what the author meant. The book has a … Continue reading

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Military Memes

“Here’s a picture of me with two Apaches!” Obviously, that header is untrue… but the joke made me smile. I can definitely see a truly vast number of exotic locations across the Imperium — lots of amazing star clusters, ringed … Continue reading

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Here is the House You’ll Live in Tomorrow

In my most upbeat, cheerful mood, this is what I see Traveller as. And, to be honest, there are quite a number of worlds which are at peace for long stretches of time, and blessed with a near-garden world, slightly tainted environment — more … Continue reading

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Worthy Ideas from a Commenter

After being tied up for a while, I got a break – and a set of insights from a regular commenter. Time to get out of my own balloon-sized head, and see things from a different set of eyes… From the Fighting … Continue reading

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Moon Invasion

Even against a Tech Level 10 trader, those archers aren’t going to go far. Nevermind against a Tech Level… Tech Level… Ah, forget it. I’m putting it down to “Legendary Vilani First Contact with Unknown Forces.” There’s probably a small Imperial … Continue reading

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Cargos, and Home Port

Cargos Quinquireme of Nineveh from distant Ophir, Rowing home to haven in sunny Palestine, With a cargo of ivory, And apes and peacocks, Sandalwood, cedarwood, and sweet white wine. Stately Spanish galleon coming from the Isthmus, Dipping through the Tropics … Continue reading

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The Stockpile

From Zero Hedge: Jeff Henderson, President of a U.S. trade group known as the Aluminum Extruders Council, took note of the shift in Chinese exports to Mexico and decided to dig a little deeper.  As such, he commissioned a plane … Continue reading

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